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Wika Switching Amplifiers

Model LSO.25 Switching Amplifier

The switching amplifier is mounted in safe areas and operated together with a transducer model LSO.06. The signal circuit is intrinsically safe. The switching amplifier model LSO.25 may be used together with the instrument transformer model LSO.06 as overflow control. For the 19″ plug-in card version, all operating elements, except for the switch for changing the alarm direction and the potentiometers for the time delay, can be accessed from the front.

Special Features

  • Separate relays and displays for dry/wet
  • Permanent self-test of instrument transducer, wiring and
    electronic system
  • Test of electronic system and following instruments by
    pressing the Test button
  • Selectable versions
    – 19″ plug-in card
    – in mounted case

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